As IMPACT 360 continues to expand its reach as well as its campus to allow for growth, the biblical worldview program has added to its team Jonathan Morrow, who will serve as Director of Creative Strategies. In this role, Morrow will design and implement new ways to take the IMPACT 360 experience and content to people beyond the Pine Mountain, Ga., campus. Morrow understands the value of equipping young adults to become Christ-focused servant leaders and believes the program could have an even wider influence on the emerging generation.
“Our world desperately needs young adults who are ready to engage our culture and influence it for Christ and his Kingdom,” Morrow said. “IMPACT 360 is vital for preparing students to impact their spheres of influence beyond graduation as they enter the marketplace.”
With a passion for helping Christians understand what they believe, why they believe it, and why it matters in life, Morrow looks forward to also teaching classroom modules during the year.
Morrow comes to IMPACT 360 from Fellowship Bible Church in Murfreesboro, Tenn., where he served as the Equipping Pastor and taught worldview and apologetics to high school and college students. As founder of ThinkChristianly.org, he blogs on faith and culture issues and speaks to students around the country about how to think Christianly. He is co-author of “Is God Just a Human Invention?” and author of “Welcome to College: A Christ-follower’s Guide for the Journey.”
Morrow earned Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics degrees from the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University in La Mirada, Calif. He is currently completing his final year of studies for a Doctorate of Ministry in Engaging Mind and Culture at Talbot School of Theology.
Morrow has been married to his wife, Mandi, for 12 years, and they have three children: Austin, 8, Sarah Beth, 5, and Madison, 2 months. The family has lived in Dallas and Los Angeles but, before settling in Georgia, they considered home to be Murfreesboro, where Jonathan and Mandi both went to college.
“We are thrilled to have Jonathan joining us and the IMPACT 360 team in this very strategic role,” said Phil Alsup, Senior Director of IMPACT 360 Institute, Inc. “Jonathan’s expertise in worldview is a tight fit to the mission of IMPACT 360 to equip Christ-like servant leaders for their future roles within culture. Jonathan’s passion for teaching will not only benefit students directly associated with IMPACT 360 but will also help us reach others who are interested in the content but can’t come and be a part of our residential program.”